QC Data has announced new Web-based enquiry and delivery portal service, CAD on Demand, that promises to respond to users’ CAD requirements quickly and confidently without incurring licensing and hardware costs, or those associated with up- and down-scaling a directly employed team to manage workload.
Company officials said the new service is an effort to provide users with the ability to request CAD services and receive quotes, upload CAD orders and download completed CAD files – whether for the drafting of a single drawing or a large-scale project.
QC Data guarantees high-quality results, within a pre-agreed timeframe at a competitive price.
The CAD on demand service also offers services like design and drafting for building and civil engineering, and facilities management: substations, plans and profiles, streetlighting, network asset installations, circuits, central offices, space layouts and test fits, etc.
In addition, the company assures that its CAD on Demand service enables businesses to get access to a flexible workforce where work is allocated to the most appropriate specialist for the job. The firm also guarantees precise results and turnaround times with competitive rates at no hidden cost.
QC Data provides engineering design and surveying; GIS- and CAD-based asset data maintenance and management; and Building Information Services to its customers in North America, the U.K. and Ireland.
The company recently announced that it has joined the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP), a membership-based organization created under a contract from the National Institute for Standards and Technology. It provides an open process for stakeholders to provide input to and cooperate with NIST in the development of the Smart Grid.
Edited by Braden Becker